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Webinar: Decolonizing Design: Black Narratives in Landscape Architecture

Join ASLA for the rebroadcast this 2019 conference education session and a live Q&A with presenters Ujijji Davis, ASLA, Marc Miller, and Breeze Outlaw, Associate ASLA.

Decolonizing Design: Black Narratives in Landscape Architecture — 1.0 PDH (LA CES/HSW)

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Eastern)


The current narrative of landscape architecture fails to highlight the significance and impact of diverse identities in the discipline. This session explores the experiences of black landscape architects and the relevant cultural narratives that inform inclusive academic and professional practice.

This webinar is free for all ASLA members.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about black landscape history and barriers to design education.
  • Highlight gaps in landscape architectural education and foundation as it relates to diverse/ethnic cultures.
  • Explore black narratives in landscape architectural history and current events.
  • Identify the importance of multicultural explorations in landscape architectural foundation.

Ujijji Davis, ASLA, Landscape Architect, SmithGroup
Marc Miller, Assistant Professor, Pennsylvania State University
Breeze Outlaw, Associate ASLA, Landscape Designer, Sasaki

Recorded Presentations

Learn at your own pace through ASLA’s recordings of past presentations, including a selection of education sessions from recent ASLA conferences. More than 200 Recorded Presentations are available for on-demand viewing. Once on the registration page, sign in with your ASLA member ID and password to receive the member discount. 

Note: The live presentation above will be available as a recorded presentation within 5-7 business days after the live event.


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